A woman reported her own sister to police after discovering she was living with the convicted sex fiend.READ MORE: Paedophile scout leader and his assistant jailed for catalogue of sexual abuse against young boys The girl's mother - who cannot be named for legal reasons - told her sister Smith was appearing in court because of a breach of bail and she was a witness in the case.However, her horrified sister later discovered Smith was a convicted paedophile after reading details of his case in a newspaper and police were contacted.

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"It was not until her sister seen the result of the court case in the paper that she became aware of what had happened and as a result of all this, the accused was later arrested." As well as assaulting the young girl, Smith was also convicted of attacking a four year old boy at his home in Falkirk.

He began talking to the boy's mother after messaging her on Plenty of Fish and arranged to meet her after she had attended T in the Park in July 2012.

Smith is on the sex offender's register indefinitely.

A PAEDOPHILE who used online dating websites to target the children of vulnerable single mothers has had 20 months added to his three year jail term.

James Smith used a host of different identities - including the names Steven Smith and Richard Noble - on dating site Plenty of Fish to track down women and start relationships with them.

The 32-year-old gained access to their children who he subjected to a string of sexual assaults.

Smith was jailed for three years in March for attacks on two different children but appeared back in court after it emerged he had continued seeing one of his victims when he was on trial.

He had earlier admitted staying with the mother and her daughter even though strict bail conditions prohibited him from contacting them between March 2015 and February 2016. "Her sister then became aware that the accused was attending at court for trial.

Depute fiscal Lauren Mc Robert told the court: "Police spoke to the woman's sister who told them the woman had told her the case against him had been dropped so her sister continued to take her children to her house and the accused was usually there. "She was told by the woman that this was in relation to a breach of bail matter.